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The Miami Marlins have made a six-year offer to free-agent starter C.J. Wilson, according to sources.
The left-hander is expected to decide between the Marlins and the Los Angeles Angels.
Free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle is also deciding between two teams, the Marlins and the Washington Nationals, according to sources.
Texas Rangers principal owner and CEO Nolan Ryan told FOXSports.com that the Rangers are probably not going to sign either Wilson, who has been with the Rangers since his 2005 debut, or Buehrle, who has spent his entire 12-year career with the Chicago White Sox.
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DALLAS (AP) -- A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that the Los Angeles Angels have made another big splash, agreeing to a deal with free agent pitcher C.J. Wilson.
The lefty's five-year contract is worth around 75 million. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Thursday because it had not been announced.
Earlier in the day, the Angels and slugger...
The Los Angeles Angels continued their spending spree on Thursday by signing lefthander C.J. Wilson to a five-year, $77.5 million contract.
Shortly after inking three-time National League MVP Albert Pujols to a 10-year, $250 million deal, the Angels also locked up what many consider the top available pitcher in free agency.
In his second full season as a starter, Wilson posted...
By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior WriterI’m still in shock. I know it’s true, but I still don’t believe. Not only is C.J. Wilson is an Angel, giving the team the best rotation in the American League, Albert Pujols, the greatest position player in this generation (and one of the greatest hitters ever), is an Angel.I still can’t believe I’m typing that.Wednesday night...
DALLAS (AP) -- The Miami Marlins plucked another free agent prize Wednesday, reaching a deal with four-time All-Star pitcher Mark Buehrle for $58 million over four years.
DALLAS — The Yankees kicked the tires on Mark Buehrle early in the offseason, but the lefty’s new deal with the Marlins didn’t have much impact on the Bombers’ winter plans.
DALLAS (AP) -- Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen says the team has reached a deal with free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle.
The Marlins have been the busiest team at baseball's winter meetings. Earlier this week they landed All-Star free agents Jose Reyes and Heath Bell.
Buehrle pitched for Guillen last season with the Chicago White Sox. The 32-year-old lefty was 13-9 with a 3.59 ERA.
The Miami Marlins continue to the big spenders so far of the winter meetings as they snagged starting free agent pitcher Mark Buehrle, signing him to a four-year $58 million contract. The move reunites him with his old manager from the Chicago White Sox Ozzie Guillen. The left-handed Buehrle who turns 33 in March will be pitching in the National League for the first time in his...
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The Marlins decided not to wait for 1b Albert Pujols, opting to instead sign Mark Buehrle to a 4 year $58 million dollar deal. He will reunite with manger Ozzie Guillen and join a rotation bolstered by Josh Johnson, Anibal Sanchez, Ricky Nolesco, and Chris Volstad.
DALLAS — With Mark Buehrle and C.J. Wilson now having signed, the free-agent starting pitching market took a Yu-turn yesterday.
Yu Darvish, viewed as the best pitcher in Japan, now becomes the best starter left in this free-agent market. But just how good — and for how much — are now the...
The latest on free agent lefty Mark Buehrle...
The Twins, Nationals, Marlins, and Rangers are in on Buehrle, tweets Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, but the Twins' offer is not as strong as the others. The other teams are believed to be in the three-year, $36-39MM range. Yesterday, we learned that Buehrle is the Nationals' top target and the Marlins have made him a...
DALLAS — The Washington Nationals were dealt a blow to their offseason plans Wednesday afternoon when left-hander Mark Buehrle became the third big-name free agent to sign with the Miami Marlins, agreeing to a four-year, $58 million contract. "We're good," Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said, looking calm and collected ...
After grabbing Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle and Heath Bell and missing on Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson, Miami still has its eyes on the market.